AGGL is Cheating

#71tw1g_007Posted 5/16/2012 7:20:08 AM
ephiroth1491 posted...
To cheat you don't need an external device or software, it is also counted when you abuse a part of the game that don't work as it should or cheat the system of how the game was supposed to and especially online or for bragging rights. You can't be serious. And the seeds is like you said yourself, a tactic not a glitch or bug.

I am pretty sure you meant to correlate that with me bragging about my videos online even though the "OR" is included in the middle. Even if you meant to say I bragged about it "supposedly" on the forums why would I find that necessary to begin with? Like I said already I was just making everyone aware of different possibilities the Gunlance was capable of be it on video or in written form. "Bragging" is the very LEAST thing on my mind when it comes to discussing Auto-Guarding related issues.
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#72tw1g_007Posted 5/16/2012 7:31:20 AM
mattfrank posted...
Lance NEEDS Guard + to be effective,it is not easier to time than AGGL and you cant cancel LC if you wrongly predict the monster's next attack.Lance counter allows more agrressive lancing,but AGGL rewards reckless lancing and it is simply fool-proof and cant fail.

WRONG. AGGL can fail and is not fool-proof. A couple examples below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LaViq9Ty6TM [MAD Vs Silver Rathalos] : Watch around 3:50 of the video. You can clearly see I have full stamina. You can also clearly see I had the block animation ready to initiate but it failed afterwards and caused me death because I was surprised by this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rZzyWGvYRg [MAD "Royal Banquet"] : This entire video proves that Auto-Guarding is not as "unstoppable" or "fool-proof" like many of you guys seem to think.

Many of you guys may have used Auto-Guarding casually, rarely or never at all. Many of your statements continue to prove this quite easily.
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MH will have to wait. Currently addicted to NDS RPGs (EO2&3, Red the Hunter, Soma Bringer, DQIX)
#73MoliviousPosted 5/16/2012 9:13:13 AM(edited)
fufufu to add more onto my previous stuff... there does exist stuff such as cheap tactics, as another form of cheating the game.. but everybody has their own code of ethics and standards.. so calling something cheap is obv opinionated.. it can only apply to yourself - and those who think there's nothing wrong with it would only take you as an elitist.

yet again, if we were to talk bout cheap tactics and exploits, then we surely have a debate...

not that i care. i'm enjoying GLs with or w/o.. woo~!
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#74mattfrankPosted 5/16/2012 8:19:24 AM
That is some rare instance of an surprise attack,AGGL shouldnt fail as long as the monster has a pattern read and respond.

No weapon would work where there are two monsters pinning on you from both sides??.
Dont you think anyone could use this same example to disprove HM,dragon shot,Bow and BG being broken/overpower.Hmm....so easy.

Comparing AGGL with Lance counter doesnt justify or make it innocent.AGGL certainly is safer and allow bigger room for mistake,which 'burito' before me claimed otherwise.
#75NykzaPosted 5/16/2012 8:50:00 AM
Freaking hell, these "arguments" for AGGL being fine are full of steaming air. They look big but take a look inside and there isn't anything inside at all. You have either ignored arguments or have beaten your way around them.

Either get real arguments or accept the fact it is an exploit, and abusing exploits is cheating and your opinion cannot make an argument worth being read.
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#76MoliviousPosted 5/16/2012 8:56:31 AM
im actually enjoying this.
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#77NykzaPosted 5/16/2012 9:07:15 AM
Me too. Pizza?
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#78MoliviousPosted 5/16/2012 9:10:20 AM
they're cold as beer. :( i have burgers tho.. wan sum?
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#79NykzaPosted 5/16/2012 9:11:41 AM
Nope, I'll take the pizza.
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#80MoliviousPosted 5/16/2012 9:17:28 AM
i thought so, so i took it into the oven..
enjoy it while its hot~
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